|The Power of Retreat: Practicing Retreat, Practical Advice - Ven. Lhundrup Nyingje|
What exactly is retreat and how can it help our spiritual practice? Is it possible for ordinary people to experience the power of retreat even though we still hold jobs and live in the busy city? Our teachers tell us how important it is to make time for retreat in order to integrate the teachings. In this informal class, we'll learn what retreat is, how to plan your own, and some specific tools to make your experience (no matter how long it is) really powerful...
Keywords: Buddhism; Tibetan Buddhism; Lamrim; Ven. Lhundrup Nyingje; Retreat
|Ven. Lhundrup Nyingje (Paula Munro) - All About Tara - Ven. Lhundrup Nyingje|
In this practice, there are 21 manifestations of Tara that we can learn about and work with to shift our energy. The most famous of which is Green Tara who is the embodiment of the enlightened energy of action in the world. We call on her to break through all our obstacles blocks in our spiritual practice, in our life and in the world. Ven. Nyingje, a very experienced meditator and chanter, will teach about the different manifestations and Tara practice in general and can answer questions...
Keywords: Tara; Ven. Lhundrup Nyingje; Buddhism; Tibetan Buddhism; Tse Chen Ling
|LN Refuge& Bodhichitta 20130503 - Ven. Lhundrup Nyingje|
We recite the words for taking refuge and generating bodhicitta before commencing any Mahayana Buddhist activity. How often do we really take time to settle into these two life-changing experiences and savor their sweet, transformative power? -- a power that can relieve all fear, worry, anxiety and even depression. One time Lama Yeshe told us to meditate on bodhicitta and we sat in silence for 15 minutes...
Keywords: Buddhism; Tibetan Buddhism; Lamrim; Ven. Lhundrup Nyingje; Bodhicitta
|All About Tara - 20071013 - Ven. Lhundrup Nyingje|
Experienced meditator Ven. Nyingje will explain how to practice the popular Praises to the Twenty-one Taras, sharing teachings she received directly from Lama Yeshe. Tara—her name means "Liberator"—is the embodiment of power, courage, the capacity to act, to be successful, and doing her practice can activate our own power to deal with the obstacles and problems in our lives.
Keywords: Buddhism; Tibetan Buddhism; Tara; Tse Chen Ling; Ven. Lhundrup Nyingje